Electrician levels up after getting electrician degree article A new graduate electrician has earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and is on track to become a full-time employee in 2018.
Spencer Gentry is the latest person to earn a degree in electrician.
Gentry’s electrical engineering degree was awarded to him by the Southern California Edison Electrical Institute in April.
The degree was also awarded to his former co-worker, who is now a full time employee at Southern California Power.
Gentry said he is very excited to have a job in electricians and has plans to use his degree to get a job as a electrician technician.
He said he was surprised when he heard about the job offer.
“I’ve always been a big believer in the ‘you need to get out there and be creative and do what you love,'” Gentry said.
“And I’m looking forward to getting to work and really getting involved.”
Southern California Edison has awarded electrician bachelor’s degrees to nearly 2,200 graduates since the company was created in 1885.
Gage’s degree was not one of them.
The company says it does not award electrical apprenticeships.
Gagne said the electrical program at Southern Cal is an opportunity to hone your technical skills and help build strong communities.
He hopes the degree he earned at Southern is something that he can put to good use in his future career.
“To be a part of a company that’s doing that kind of work, I feel like I can really learn a lot from that,” Gagne said.